The Snite Museum of Art announced a gift from the Donald and Marilyn Keough family of 19 modern and contemporary paintings by Irish artists.
With the support of the Nanovic Institute, four Notre Dame students traveled to Vatican City to meet the Pope and attend a conference on nuclear disarmament.
Joe DeLuca ’17, a double major in history and economics, discusses the impact of his Nanovic Institute travel and research grant to Vienna, Austria to work on his senior honors thesis and his post-graduation career plans.
The Nanovic Institute for European Studies has awarded the 2018 Laura Shannon Prize in Contemporary European Studies to Thomas W. Laqueur for his book The Work of the Dead: A Cultural History of Mortal Remains. The book, which examines the ways the dead have been treated in western Europe since the...
It is one thing to read history, another to hear it come alive through personal testimony in the same location where it took place seven decades ago.
Amanda Bohne received a Graduate Travel and Research Grants to Europe from the Nanovic Institute in 2014-15 and 2013-14. She reflects on the opportunities that London opened up for her and shares how her research is taking shape.